LDF

Have you ever marched down to city hall or the state Capitol and stamped your foot and gotten exactly what you wanted?

Probably not, because it doesn't often work that way – not locally, and not in Congress.

In our political system, there's strength and influence in numbers. That's why, when community pharmacists nationwide band together – when we pool our votes and our relationships and our checkbooks – we can get stuff done in Washington, D.C.

NCPA's Legislative/Legal Defense Fund (LDF) supports our entire advocacy operation: Research, lobbyists, attorneys, communications, the whole operation. The better funded the LDF, the more resources and influence we can put toward getting our priority legislation passed and defending your practice in key litigation.

And now, with the media spotlight on how PBMs increase rather than reduce higher prescription drug costs, the timing has never been better for us to advance that agenda. But it will take money.

Your one-time LDF investment of $1,000, or a monthly investment of $100, or whatever amount you choose can fuel NCPA's success on key legislation and regulation, which will directly benefit you and your pharmacy. And remember, NCPA's LDF can accept both personal and corporate investments.

If you are not already an investor, please click the 'INVEST HERE' button above, and do your part for your profession.

Ways to invest:

  • Invest online or Download a copy of the investment form and mail or fax it to us.

  • By check, payable to NCPA PAC and mailed to 100 Daingerfield Road, Alexandria, VA 22314.

  • By phone: Call NCPA with your credit card information toll free at 800-544-7447, and ask for Lamar Gillespie.

  • By fax: Fax your completed investment form to 703-683-3619. Include your name, mailing address, job title (occupation), and business name (employer).

  • You also have the convenient option of automatic monthly payments via your credit card.

For additional information about NCPA Legislative/Legal Defense Fund, please contact Lamar Gillespie in the NCPA Advocacy Center at (703) 683-8200.